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The further back you go, the more interesting it becomes to me. Circa 2000 BCE, large-scale civilization was still historically "new," being an innovation that dated back maybe one thousand years (possibly more if the archaeological record gets proven as too incomplete to be useful). Most humans lived either a horticultural, small-scale agricultural, or hunter-gatherer way of life.
And remember my friend, future events such as these will affect you in the future